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Typical G.C. analysis

valeriana officinalis rhizome oil CO2 extract china
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10.37  acetic acid
170.01  benzoic acid
410.72(E)-alpha- bergamotol
420.34(Z)-alpha-bergamotol
180.47  borneol
2336.07  bornyl acetate
360.24delta- cadinene
100.02iso camphane
52.81  camphene
110.03delta-3- carene
250.02trans-carvone oxide
240.14cis- carvone oxide
310.65beta- caryophyllene
130.021,8- cineole
210.19  cumic acid
80.02para- cymene
290.07beta- elemene
270.08delta- elemene
370.53  elemol
120.013- ethyl-2,5-dimethyl-1,3-hexadiene
442.45  eugenyl acetate
350.66 germacrene
402.24  globulol
340.23  guaiene
320.21beta- gurjunene
330.31alpha- humulene
90.26  limonene
150.02  linalool
220.12  methyl chavocol
200.02  myrtenol
4326.56  nootkatone
40.60alpha- pinene
70.59beta- pinene
60.03  sabinene
160.01  sabinene hydrate
263.03  sabinyl acetate
380.73 sabinyl valerate
391.84  spathulenol
190.13  terpinen-4-ol
140.02  terpinolene
280.62alpha- terpinyl acetate
300.42 thymohydroquinone dimethyl ether
30.03  tricyclene
20.21iso valeric acid

J-J. Xian, G. Yuan, Y-X. Zhang, J-M. Yuan and X-W. Luo, The chemical constituents of the essential oil from the roots of Valeriana officinalis. Yunnan Zhiwu Yanjiu, 17, 479-481 (1995).

P&F 24, No. 3, 47, (1999)

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